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  • At first sight: How doctors helped a blind toddler

    Faye Corman was leading the little boy with the deep brown eyes across the train platform when all of a sudden he stopped, planted his feet, and refused to move. "Come on, Jon Paul," she urged him. No luck. She and her husband had adopted the 3-year-old...
  • Thriller author Fesperman explores capacity of drone warfare, spying

    Thriller author Fesperman explores capacity of drone warfare, spying
    It was the eeriness of the situation that struck Baltimore writer Dan Fesperman. Drone pilots for the Air Force would spend weeks watching what amounted to a real-life silent movie of a small town thousands of miles away — all the while plotting the...
  • Activision quarterly revenue tops forecasts ahead of new game releases

    Activision quarterly revenue tops forecasts ahead of new game releases
    Strong online sales of "World of Warcraft" and "Hearthstone" pushed Activision Blizzard Inc. past revenue forecasts, the video game publisher said Tuesday. The Santa Monica game developer posted a profit of $204 million in the second quarter, down 37%...
  • Back-to-school sales tax holiday kicks off in Florida

    Back-to-school sales tax holiday kicks off in Florida
    Shoppers across South Florida hit the malls Friday to get ready for the new school year, buying tax-free school supplies, new outfits and electronics. Throughout the weekend, Floridians will be spared the usually required 6 percent state sales tax and...
  • If you were a tortoise, would you want an iPad stuck to your shell?

    As far as publicity goes, the Aspen Art Museum’s new exhibition featuring three African sulcata tortoises padding through a turf garden with iPads mounted on their shells has attracted a lot of it. I’ll give contemporary artist Cai Guo-Qiang...
  • Crenshaw, Banning, Carson, Westchester athletes getting concussion tests

    The Cleveland Clinic will be giving baseline concussion testing to athletes from Crenshaw, Banning, Carson and Westchester this week while using new technology it developed. It uses an iPad's gyroscope to measure an athlete's balance as part of an...
  • A backpacking briefcase

    A backpacking briefcase
    Name: Solo 15.6-inch Urban Hybrid Briefcase What it is: A roomy polyester briefcase that converts to a backpack or shoulder bag, all weighing less than 2 pounds. The padded, easily adjustable backpack straps can be tucked away in a pocket made for...
  • Man arrested for disorderly conduct and resisting a police officer in Woodridge

    Man arrested for disorderly conduct and resisting a police officer in Woodridge
    The following items were taken from Woodridge police reports: A 55-year-old Woodridge man was arrested July 25 for criminal damage to property, disorderly conduct and resisting a police officer after a disturbance in the 2400 block of Wolfe Drive. A...
  • Which downtown rooftop is right for your next night out?

    Which downtown rooftop is right for your next night out?
    Whether one story above street level or 20, rooftop lounges and terrace bars abound in Chicago’s downtown. The only problem is picking what bar is right for your next night out. We created an alfresco flow chart to help you find out what rooftop...
  • Samsung falls from perch as top smartphone seller in China

    Samsung falls from perch as top smartphone seller in China
    For the first time since 2011, Samsung was not the top smartphone seller in China, according to a report.  The South Korean electronics giant saw its second quarter shipments, or sales to retailers, tumble to 13.2 million, down 15% year-to-year in...
  • Kids rude at restaurants? Tell parents something they don't know.

    Kids rude at restaurants? Tell parents something they don't know.
    As the father of 2-year-old twins, I'll readily concede that small children can be loud, unpredictable, distracting, mean, insufferable little tyrants. In fact, I'll concede it so readily that I don't have to be told as much by the fine diners smugly...